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Case Brief of Appeal of University of California, San Francisco (1996)

This is a case brief of Appeal of University of California, San Francisco - Citation: 1996 WL 681971 (V.A.B.C.A.), 97-1 BCA 28,642, VABCA No. 4661 (1996)

This summary follows the standard case brief format, including the following sections: 1) Case Name and Citation, 2) Key Facts, 3) Legal Issues Presented to Court, 4) Holding of the Court, 5) Court's Rationale or Reasoning.

Words: 699, Pages: 2, Subject: Government Procurement Law

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1. Case Name and Citation

Appeal of University of California, San Francisco
Citation: 1996 WL 681971 (V.A.B.C.A.), 97-1 BCA 28,642, VABCA No. 4661 (1996)

2. Key Facts

This case is made by the University of California, San Francisco (Contractor) to appeal a claim by the Department of Veteran Affairs (Government) seeking to recover sums paid to the Contractor under a series of six extensions to a negotiation firm fixed price contract for anesthesiology services. The Government alleges that the Contractor failed to supply certified cost and pricing data to support a 27% price increase in the contract extensions, so the Government seeks to recover $169,400. The Contractor has filed a Motion for Summary Judgment and asserts that the Government cannot recover this money because the contract did not contain FAR clause 52.215-22, Price Reduction for Defective Cost or Pricing Data.

In a technical review of the proposed 1990 contract, the Government approved the contract with the Contractor subject to a number of revisions; FAR clause 52.215-22 was not included in this contract. On April 8, ...

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This is a case brief of Appeal of University of California, San Francisco - Citation: 1996 WL 681971 (V.A.B.C.A.), 97-1 BCA 28,642, VABCA No. 4661 (1996)

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